Does a plaintiff have a history of mental health issues as a result of a motor vehicle accident?

British Columbia, Canada


The following excerpt is from Casselman v. Emkay Canada Leasing Corporation, 2017 BCSC 717 (CanLII):

Further the defendants referred to Smith v. Evashkevich, 2016 BCSC 1228. In that case a 34 year old plaintiff was a passenger in a motor vehicle which was struck from behind while driving. The plaintiff suffered a neck, back, shoulder pain, headaches, anxiety, and depression.

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